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Willis Brown

Short Name: Willis Brown
Full Name: Brown, Willis
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Texts by Willis Brown (31)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Are you happy in JesusWillis Brown (Author)2
Are you walking alone in uncertain pathsWillis Brown (Author)2
As panteth the hart for the water brooksWillis Brown (Author)2
Come to Jesus, come to JesusWillis Brown (Author)3
Come to the Savior, come tonightWillis Brown (Author)2
Evening shadows flee awayWillis Brown (Author)2
Float on the breeze, o'er freemen braveWillis Brown (Author)2
Here we meet and part againWillis Brown (Author)2
I love to tell the story that is ever newWillis Brown (Author)2
I'll trust in the thee, my Savior, KingWillis Brown (Author)2
In busy cares and dutiesWillis Brown (Author)2
In the army of the Lord (Brown)Willis Brown (Author)2
Look on the waving fieldsWillis Brown (Author)2
My heart with joy o'erflowsWillis Brown (Author)2
My servant lies dying, O, grant his lifeWillis Brown (Author)2
O Jesus has come to dwellWillis Brown (Author)2
Out in the highways and byways of sinWillis Brown (Author)2
The Christian's watchword is, never fearWillis Brown (Author)2
The faith of the Christian, what power bestowsWillis Brown (Author)2
The Shepherd seeks the lostWillis Brown (Author)2
The storms they beat and angry roarWillis Brown (Author)2
There is a river that flows alongWillis Brown (Author)2
There was a time I knew not joyWillis Brown (Author)2
There's a river far away, flowing through the landWillis Brown (Author)3
Though the tempests toss and beat around meWillis Brown (Author)2
To a far away land where a heathen boy dweltWillis Brown (Author)2
We once were outcastsWillis Brown (Author)2
We're a happy pilgrim band, marching onwardWillis Brown (Author)2
What is your record now, day by dayWillis Brown (Author)2
When we come to a mountain so high and steepWillis Brown (Author)2
Wonderful is God's mercy to meWillis Brown (Author)2
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